Posts Tagged ‘house’

How to Keep Your House Safe

May 31st, 2013

House is a place where people put all of their valuable goods like money, jewelries, collection goods, electronic tools, furniture, and much more inside. Thus, they certainly always try to avoid burglar enter the house. They don’t want any single of the valuable goods to be lost. They do everything that can make their house safety guaranteed. How about you? How do you guarantee your house safety? About this, you can check the ways below: » Read more: How to Keep Your House Safe

Theft Prevention Tips

March 20th, 2013

Losing personal assets at house that is caused by theft case is so annoyed. Homeowners probably will experience financial problem sooner or later especially if police cannot catch the thieves. If you are a homeowner who does not want to face theft problem at house, aside from storing your assets, such as: jewelry, money, or valuable document at the safe place, like deposit box, it is better for you to apply theft prevention tips below so your house is safer: » Read more: Theft Prevention Tips

Creative Ideas to Beautify House

January 28th, 2013

“Wow…your house is so amazing, Fred. Your house looks trendy and attractive, I really feel cozy here. I hope that I could have one like yours someday later” is Nathan’s expression when visiting Freddy’s house last week. Actually, what did Freddy do to make his house look amazing? Below are several creative ideas that he applied to beautify his house, such as: » Read more: Creative Ideas to Beautify House

Rooms Every House Should Have

December 11th, 2012

No matter how busy you and your family members do activities out of house, your home is still number one, right? You always do many things at your beloved home, like preparing to go to office, having showers, eating, dressing, relaxing, gathering with family, receiving guests, etc. Thus, don’t forget to always make your house as a very comfortable place to live in which a good house should have several rooms like: » Read more: Rooms Every House Should Have

Never Under Prize Your Own House (2)

November 21st, 2012

Never Under Prize2That adds up to a whopping $50,080, and the buyer no longer qualifies because he or she does not have sufficient funds to close. Sales agreements may also be contingent upon a successful appraisal. Even if the sale is not contingent on an appraisal, you will get a lot of flack from buyers who now believe they are paying too much for the property. » Read more: Never Under Prize Your Own House (2)